Saturday, 22 March 2008

Now I'm Getting Really Paranoid

It's been said before. I am paranoid. That's what gives me my edge. In this day and age, paranoia is a talent. You need it. But this has really freaked me out. Last Thursday, I ordered a book on the Cathar-Weavers, Loom Of Destiny by Jean Sebastian Kaici from Amazon. I'm continuing my work on The Weavers. This is a leading title, the reviews say. I want to read it. Week later, all my other books have arrived bar that one. I get an email from Amazon saying sorry it's out of stock. Fair enough, I'll buy from another source, a second-hand place. I go to the page on Amazon. It's gone. I do a google search. It's not appearing. I know I'm not going mad because I took a screenshot of the page on Amazon when I ordered it so I could use the cover image on my blog. I email Amazon. They don't reply. I look at my order history. Sure enough Loom Of Destiny is in the original order. But everywhere else, on Amazon, on teh internet, everywhere, that book has ceased to exist!!! Tell me I'm doing something wrong. Or I've missed something. But in the space of a week that book has vanished.

Monday, 17 March 2008

Secrets of the Seal Revealed - Nothing To See Here

"Conspiracy theorists take note: The myths surrounding one of America's oldest and most enduring national symbols are about to be debunked ... if you believe the government, that is.

The keepers of the Great Seal of the United States, the familiar emblem on the back of the $1 bill, want you to know what it is not. It is not a sign that Freemasons run the country, it has nothing to do with the occult, and it does not contain clues to a fabulous hidden treasure..."

Friday, 14 March 2008

The Loom Of Destiny

I ordered a bunch of books on the Cathars, The Weavers and Gnosticism from Amazon. I'm going to really soak myself in this stuff. See if anything comes. This one in particular I'm looking forward to - it's got the whole history of The Weavers in it and speculations on what happened to the sect after the massacre at Monrtsegur in 1244.

Thursday, 13 March 2008

The Weaver Code

Here, for all those not convinced by the existence of The Weavers / Cathar / 2012 nexus (particularly you ThumbDrive), here's someone else who's seriously drawing the dots in this area.

John W Balfour, independent researcher and webmaster of The Weaver Code, claims to have found and decoded an "ancient code" in the various ancient Weaver cloths. His findings parallel much of what I've already surmised from my research but he goes one further, extrapolating entire tracts of ancient wisdom and prophecy from a code.

Now, what I know about 'cryptology' and cyphered codes you could fit on a pinhead. (Can someone who does know about this stuff check his claims?). But I am severely intrigued by this stuff. I've emailed him (excitedly) and I'll let you know if anything comes of it.

In the meantime, check out the site: The Weaver Code.

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Take That!: Robbie Believes in UFOs

It’s only a matter of time now before the truth about UFOs is finally revealed, as, according to the Daily Mail, pop star Robbie Williams has come out as a believer.

‘It may seem a bit out of this world, but pop sensation Robbie Williams has revealed his next career move - he wants to become a qualified Ufologist... The 34-year-old also revealed on the Jeremy Kyle show that he believes in ghosts which he said are "from another world." Robbie said his first UFO sighting was when he was a child in Britain while he spotted his second in Beverly Hills. He said the third sighting was just after he had written a song about alien contact. Interviewed on the show by Devon soul sensation Joss Stone, Williams said: "This big ball of gold light turned up. On my life. As for ghost sightings he goes on to say: "People will think I'm mental, which I am."’

Sigh. It’s people like Robbie Williams that make the rest of us look mad.